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GST in Malaysia

GST in Malaysia. Shalom, at this time the article is about the GST in Malaysia. What is GST? GST is a Good Tax Service.

Most items in Malaysia, taxed and if you are a dealer or a user, you should fully understand the tax procedures. If you do not understand it, will cause confusion and would be a dispute between the seller and the consumer.

Malaysia's government has imposed a tax on certain goods and departments involved in managing the GST is the Royal Malaysian Customs Department and the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK). To understand clearly the purpose of GST, see photo below

GST in Malaysia

GST in Malaysia
How to register GST in Malaysia.
If you are a businessman or entrepreneur and your business listed in the GST, you must register your business and list your items for sale to the consumer to the Royal Malaysian Customs. They will give you the code of the goods taxed GST and GST registration code valid for your company.

This enables you to sell goods to consumers because the company or the store you are legally registered to collect GST tax. If you want to get a GST registration form online, you can look through the GST forms here.

List of items subject to GST.
If you are a consumer or retailer, you can see the reference to the visit to the customs office and do not forget to go to the GST management to deal. Ask them a list of items subject to GST tax and they are willing to help you.

The essential guide to discover taxable goods to avoid confusion or as your knowledge. This allows you to not be deceived by the dealer is not responsible. Besides that, you can see a list of items subject to GST tax online. See here the list of goods subject to tax and not taxable.

How to complaint GST?
Through public information, launch GST tax in Malaysia is still a lot of confusion by consumers and many shopkeepers or companies have yet to register with the customs authorities but they collect GST tax unlawfully. If you want to make a complaint, you can make a complaint at the office of the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry(KPDNKK), through its hotline 1-800-886-800 or contact the nearest office. If you have questions about the GST, you can communicate with the customs department near your residence or contact the Customs Call Centre at 03-78067200 or email to ccc@customs.gov.my.

Conclusion
If you want to understand the full implementation of the GST, you can visit the Royal Malaysian Customs office close to your home or online at http://gst.customs.gov.my. So you see, many countries have adopted the GST tax in their countries to add to their income or secure state government administrative machinery running smoothly. In my opinion, the time of the launch of the GST must comply with the standard of living in a country because, if the GST was launched when the economy falls, it will increase public anger. This means that, GST should be launched during the country's economy strong.




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